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I assure you they look great when I wear them, but that's only because I'm outrageously handsome.
The burgundy calf from St. Crispins is nice. Would look great with charcoal//greyt/navy suits. The ruby cordovan from Carmina, though, is outstanding, but only for tweed & corduroy.
Strictly speaking, those shoes have a lot of luminance compared with the rest of the outfit, even though it's all more or less in the same color family. More subdued tan shoes would stand out less.
Not in San Francisco Bay Area. NPR for many is the first and last word on everything. KCBS it's for traffic and weather, and that's it.
Burgundy shoes are vastly underrated. Very nice, Sander.
I'm going to see Lower Dens and Small Black later this year. I stopped actively listening to hiphop in 94, but occasionally listen to the random weird rapper. Run the Jewels I like.
That would look great with a wine or mossy green colored tie, Pliny.
Light colored shoes are fine, as long as there's sufficient contrast up top.
Hello, Summer. Napolisumisura Borrelli Drakes Incotex St. Crispins
Their regular cafe racer fits me pretty good, and they have two cowhides RTW, one that is significantly softer than the other (I think Alan called it "naked"). The treated cowhide was only slightly thicker but ridiculously stiff. It would get those sweet arm ripples but man it'll take forever to get there.As far as cafe racer styles go - what companies have you seen than makes a more fashion-y one?
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